In the last post, I gave a hint about something possibly in the works. Well, I’m not sure I’m done with the characters of Wynnewood. There was so much I wanted to add to the third book– or the fourth– but it would have been like the difference between the third Harry Potter book and the fourth. Not a good thing.
So, I’m wondering… what do you think of a second Wynnewood series? I am thinking of telling others’ stories in the books. It would work something like…
Book One- Aurelia is no longer the only Lady Morgan. Walk with her as her life changes with a new woman in her father’s life, new challenges as she is expected to take her role as a young lady of the castle and yet her crippled state keeps her from being able to do all she should. Angus moves to the castle and is put to work making all the hinges to the new doors in the new parts of the castle.
Book Two- Liam, the castle baker’s son, has no skill for baking. While he can produce edible bread and cakes, there is nothing special about it. His heart is in academia– the world Philip fought so desperately. Father and son struggle with understanding one another but with Brodor Clarke’s and Philip’s help, Liam is trained to become the next steward of Wynnewood Castle.
Book Three- Letty’s midwife apprenticeship is coming to a close. With more and more people living in the castle every year, it only makes sense to bring in a midwife there to attend the women of the castle and help the haelan, Briggs. Whatever happened to the silly tattletale that once plagued the boys of Wynnewood? I have a feeling she’ll make an appearance in the caves of Sceadu as well…
Throughout all three books, Brodor Clarke’s troubles that begin in Beneath the Cloak will be explored and expanded. Philip and Dove will appear, of course, and there’ll be new and fun characters and adventures.
So, what do you think? Should there be another trilogy about Wynnewood, or should I focus more on the Not-So-Fairy Tales, the new fantasy series in my mind, and the science fiction book that I have going for the youth age group?
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